My short translation would be: things are fine, things are going well. We've treated a bunch of patients with hydroxychloroquine and there isn't an issue. There are these insane scare stories in the media about the terrible effects of it and it's insane. Millions of people take this, like I've been saying, the side effects are well known, we monitor for QT prolongation as we always have and avoid anything like the known risk of torsades de pointes (drw note: super tachycardia leading to death), the blindness thing doesn't come into play unless you've been taking it for years at a time, it's not an issue and we are about to release data on 1000 patients. There are people obsessed with the methodologies of research and drug trials, we are doctors. The base of the practice of medicine is to apply what works, not wait around for bullshit, we had patients, we have knowledge from China and Korea, we applied it, they got better, fuck off.
So yeah. I am dismayed to have to agree with Trump but it's right there. There is a bunch of stories in the media of people working hard trying to discredit this guy. I don't think you end up the director of a national-level, specialized infectious diseases teaching & research hospital just by being a quack, imo? Just a thought
btw, the hosting website seems weird but whitney webb (who wrote those amazing epstein articles a while back) has some great dot connecting long piece series about amerithrax and the current virus started here:
president of the united states of america was an idiot about a correct fact, news decided that by transitive properties of stupid the correct fact could not possibly be correct. if you wrote this into a YA dystopia novel the editor would send it back for being too unbelievable
a stopped clock is right twice a day. trump however is never right about anything, and all supplies of hydroxychloroquine should be rerouted directly into the bin. this has been Clara Buttington-Whitbread reporting for The Guardian
So what the fuck happened with the Mandalay Bay shooting/shooter? It's mind-blowing that nobody has a fucking clue why the largest and deadliest mass shooting in US history even happened in the first place.
well, it's sort of interesting that he was taking pot shots at the fuel tanks used by the usaf's secret airline.
The two jet fuel tanks Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock fired on from his Mandalay Bay hotel room Sunday are near a secret government-run airline, according to a report.
Paddock fired at the two fuel tanks at McCarran International Airport during his attack on the Route 91 Harvest country music festival — but didn’t cause an explosion.
The massive fuel tanks are located very close to the secret fleet of passenger planes that make up Janet airlines, which the government uses to shuttle workers to intelligence agency outposts like Area 51, according to a RadarOnline.com report.
“JANET is based at McCarran International Airport and its hanger is just beyond a parking lot directly adjacent to those gas tankers,” a source told the website.
“It’s also a very intriguing angle given Paddock worked for the predecessor of Lockheed Martin, one of the U.S. government’s most relied upon military aviation manufacturers,” the source added.
i don't actually think this is as unprecedented as people are making it to be. as far as im aware even the quite early us government attempts to investigate ufos like project blue book found that there was a small but persistent number of sightings that they weren't able to explain. having those videos is pretty cool but it's really just confirming that there are phenomena in the sky that we don't understand, it's not making them out to be aliens or spacecraft or whatever. of course if some ufo sightings are actually related to classified US aircraft then it probably makes sense for them to declassify a few videos as a misdirection.
i seen less fuzzy videos of sasquatches than those. vague blobs truly out of this world
if you were photographing a sasquatch from a plane it would be pretty blurry too!
Yes that is an interesting logo indeed for a white merc group. Also the location for the three helicopter pilots is "undisclosed" except for the hint that it's in East Africa. Here's a video from early April, now count how many helicopters you see
Edit: Might correct that to two helicopters:
The Islamic State has released video of a destroyed Gazelle helicopter in Mozambique, confirming reports that the aircraft went down earlier this month.
The video, from the Islamic State’s Amaq News Agency, was released on 20 April and says “A helicopter was shot down by Islamic State fighters on Wednesday ”.
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I bring this up because Bolivian coup agent Daza is a member of Leto's spooky cult Echelon, and from the looks of it appears to have been (be?) a leader of the Echelon cult in Bolivia. (There's a LOT more if you search Echelon, but here's just a few screens for example) pic.twitter.com/YmTY34CWyI— bak (@measure7x) November 14, 2019